What Is FlutterFlow?
FlutterFlow is a low-code builder for native mobile apps, bringing app design and development into one tool.
Drag-and-drop widgets to build pixel-perfect UIs. Connect your app to live data via Firebase or 3rd party APIs. Easily add advanced features like push notifications, multi-language apps, payments, animations, and more.
Build your own custom widgets or write custom code that you can use in FlutterFlow.
When your app is complete, export your code or deploy straight to the app stores.
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Comments: Great experience building Apps!
Flutter flow is a great tool that allows you to build mobile and web applications in a very easy way. It is an example of the future of low code.
Can't say. I am a Flutter Flow fan and don't see any major drawbacks.
Comments: Amazing experience with FlutterFlow. I can't complain really. It's well-priced making it super affordable to use. I love the overall quality of apps I have built on FlutterFlow more than I have on other NoCode builders, in terms of speed, UI, and scalability.
The quality of the NoCode apps you build on FlutterFlow is way better than the ones you get from other NoCode builders in the market such as Adalo, AppyPie, and the rest. FlutterFlow apps are a lot faster, and because you are working with Firebase, you can integrate with a lot of services easily both within FlutterFlow and also with Firebase extensions. Even better with FlutterFlow, you have access to your apps' source code! For me, this is a HUGE win in terms of NoCode builders.
There's really not much I don't like on FlutterFlow. I think the quality of apps you build with FlutterFlow is just unmatched at the moment. I think it's the best NoCode builder in the market right now. However, it's not an easy platform to use, compared to the likes of Adalo. FlutterFlow takes getting used to.
Keep up the good work!
The GUI awesome / Firebase interface awesome / Theme very good headed I the right direction / Run mode awesome ( would like it a little faster [I do understand though]) ***** The thing that is most amazing of all is that fact that you can run the code send the link to your email and test it on your phone ****** and yes the camera will work etc etc...
Having to redo screens that where working and then stopped for what seemed to be minor changes. I have been downloading the code from GitHub and haven't yet but want to compare the working code with the non-working code to see what is what.
Powerfull NoCode Mobile/Web App development platform
Comments: For those seeking a NoCode builder that delivers great app performance and offers access to source code, FlutterFlow is an excellent choice. The ability to publish directly to app stores or the web, along with a thriving community, contributes to its appeal.
FlutterFlow ave the flexibility to publish the app created as a mobile or web app directly. The community content available offers invaluable resources and insights. The final product quality achieved using FlutterFlow can be top quality. Most importantly, having access to the app's source code sets FlutterFlow apart from most NoCode builders available.
FlutterFlow is not the easiest platform to use, there is a learning curve involved. While the drag-and-drop interface simplifies app creation, understanding the complexities of developing an app may require time and effort.
Comments: FlutterFlow has helped me learn Flutter as well as the general app building process. It is not as accessible as some comparable tools, but allows for much more possibilities. It has helped me build great working apps, which are 1:1 with my custom design and work very well on all platforms.
FlutterFlow has a relatively good learning curve, but still offers the possibility for more advanced users to extract a lot from this platform, for example with adding custom code. The rate of updates is also amazing, being almost weekly with great new features.
Not all parameters of widgets (e.g. a container), are possible to set from a variable. A (much requested) is setting color from a variable, which is not possible right now and needs timely workarounds.